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Bizfone and Vodafone - NFP Offer - Advertorial


11 May 2009 at 5:02 pm
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Telecommunications provider Bizfone is offering special deals to Not for Profit's signing up to shared business caps, and rewards for bringing other businesses to the Vodafone business cap.

Staff Reporter | 11 May 2009 at 5:02 pm


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Bizfone and Vodafone - NFP Offer - Advertorial
11 May 2009 at 5:02 pm

Telecommunications provider Bizfone is offering special deals to Not for Profit’s signing up to shared business caps, and rewards for bringing other businesses to the Vodafone business cap.

Licensee Roger Dosanjh says Bizfone is focussed on providing the Not for Profit sector with assistance where it is needed, and will donate half the commission from every cap sold to Not for Profit’s back to the organisation. Dosanjh says this could range from $500 to $2000 donated back to the organisation.

Bizfone, a National Partner under the Vodafone banner, is also offering NFP’s a free month for successfully referring other organisations to the shared business caps, based on the lesser cap spend.

To find out more about this offer contact Roger Dosanjh on 0411 134 405 or visit bizfone.com.au.



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